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A common challenge with district technology initiatives, particularly BYOD or 1-to-1 programs, is equity of accessÑensuring that all students can utilize the same technology, regardless of their socioeconomic status. In […]
An elementary school writing program, a comprehensive fitness regimen and vigorous college and career preparedness in all grades exemplify innovation. Such initiatives earned honors for 62 school systems in District […]
In rural Washington state, an occupational therapist might drive three to four hours to see a studentÑthat is, if a district can find one to hire. Last year, an occupational […]
A cadre of students trained in IT support are providing teachers with Johnny-on-the-spot resources and bolstering the responsiveness of districts’ lean tech staffs for routine requests. The eager students provide […]
Ninth graders in North Carolina take all their classes on the campus of a major state university. Early-college high school students in Connecticut can gain an inside track to one […]
No matter the grade or skill level, the newest mathematics tools and programs aim to make learning various math concepts an adventure. Being adaptive, engaging and fun, products try to […]
Teach students math procedures if you want them to solve equations. Instill a deep conceptual understanding of mathematics and get them thinking like mathematicians, and you’ve prepared your students to […]
You think math and English have high standards? Try the arts. The National Core Arts Standardswere released in October. They update the initial standards released in 1994, which included instructional […]
As the U.S. Department of Education combs through the public comments received on its proposed federal regulations for teacher preparation programs, citizens must waitÑprobably until late summerÑto learn the fate […]
Princeton City Schools in the Cincinnati, Ohio, area has the fifth-largest complex in the state, a 555,000-square-foot education center housing a middle school, high school and community center that will […]
A magnet program in the booming field of computer game design draws career-focused high school students from across Florida’s sprawling Hillsborough County school system. Middleton Magnet High School houses four […]
For the third year in a row, both Republican and Democratic policymakers are making significant investments in state-funded preschool programs, according to a January analysis of 2014-15 appropriations from the […]
With the national trend of institutional achievement being measured by the number of graduates who go on to the next level of college or career, Harrison School District Two (HSD2) […]
Arizona and North Dakota in January became the first two states requiring high school graduates to take a U.S. citizenship exam. Legislators in 14 others states recently introduced similar initiatives […]
Districts including Los Angeles USD and Dallas ISD will expand after-school supper programs this year, responding to the growing number of students who don’t get an evening meal at home. […]
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